The eighth and final season of "Will & Grace" on DVD loaded with special featuers, including all new Themed Featurettes, a Season 8 Outtake Reel, newly recorded audio commentatries, and cast interviews. The eighth and final season of Will & Grace begins with a live episode and ends with a bittersweet finale that gives the disgruntled characters some hard-earned closure. At its heart, the sitcom isn't about a gay man and his best friend. It's about two friends who need each other as much as they think they do, who are unable to break away from each other--even if that means putting their relationships with others at risk. As selfish as the characters on Seinfeld and as chatty as the ones on Friends, Will (Eric McCormack), Grace (Debra Messing), Jack (Sean Hayes), and Karen (Megan Mullaly) are as obnoxious as they are lovable. And the actors who play them share warm chemistry, which makes even the meanest digs come across as acceptable. This final season ends with each of the main characters partnered up with their true loves; and it feels right, even if it's not what viewers may be expecting. Two of the 23 episodes--which originally aired during the 2005-2006 season on NBC--are live. While it's fun to watch the actors occasionally flub their lines or laugh at each other's antics, the episodes are not the strongest of the bunch. The final season actually gets off to an uneven start before picking up steam about a third of the way in. Featured guest stars include a hilarious Alec Baldwin reprising his role as secret agent Malcolm, who has fallen in love with Karen. He utters sweet nothings to her such as, "When I kill myself, it's going to be for real. And I'm taking you with me." Other high-profile guest stars includes Taye Diggs as a hot romantic interest for Will, Britney Spears as Jack's on-air nemesis, Wanda Sykes as a cosmetic counter girl who Karen convinces to be her baby mama, and Daryl Hall & John Oates as, well, Oates & Hall (as they've renamed themselves). There is a wedding, an annulment, at least two...
A must-have for "Will & Grace" fans! Includes all 8 seasons of the much-loved comedy along with an exclusive episode booklet and bonus disc with brand new extra features, including newly recorded commentaries with cast and crew, a photo gallery, Themed Featurettes, a "Will & Grace" quiz and much more! Featuring collectible packaging in a fun cube-shaped display box, the collection features 33 discs with almost 70 hours of programming. A perfect gift for any fan! A must-have for Will & Grace fans! Includes all 8 seasons of the much-loved comedy along with an exclusive episode booklet and bonus disc with brand new extra features, including newly recorded commentaries with cast and crew, a photo gallery, Themed Featurettes, a Will & Grace quiz and much more. Featuring collectible packaging in a fun cube-shaped display box, the collection features 33 discs with almost 70 hours of programming. A perfect gift for any fan! Beyond Will & Grace: The Complete Series on DVD Will & Grace: The Final Season Will & Grace the Soundtrack Stills from Will & Grace: The Complete Series (click for larger image)
Fatih Akin, the critically-acclaimed director of HEAD-ON, weaves overlapping tales of friendship and sexuality into a powerful narrative of universal love. Six characters are drawn together by circumstances-an old man and a prostitute forging a partnership, a young scholar reconciling his past, two young women falling in love, and a mother putting the shattered pieces of her life back together. Akin's piercing sense of the human condition and contemporary world events charge these hyperlinked stories into a multi-cultural powder keg.
Brand: Noah's Arc
The film based on the LOGO TV series finds the characters' relationships cracking under pressure during a weekend wedding getaway in Martha's Vineyard. Bonuses: featurettes, deleted scenes. Based on the popular television series, Noah’s Arc: Jumping the Broom is a feature film that continues the narrative thread of the second series, with all the luscious drama that one would expect. In this, Noah Nichols (Darryl Stephens) and his ARC: Alex Kirby (Rodney Chester), Ricky Davis (Christian Vincent), and Chance Counter (Douglas Spearman), retreat to Martha’s Vineyard for Noah’s intimate marriage to Wade Robinson (Jensen Atwood). While Alex’s hubby, Trey (Gregory Kieth), video chats from home to babysit their newly adopted Ethiopian child, Chance brings his husband, Eddie (Jonathan Julian), and Ricky is accompanied by the 19-year old Brandon (Gary Leroi Gray) for some lighthearted fling-dating. But as the four couples hole up and attend separate bachelor parties, each relationship begins to unravel. Alex’s pill-popping throughout the weekend, compiled with surprise drop-ins from Noah’s boss, Brandy (Jennia Fredrique) and rapper Baby Gat (Jason Steed), don’t help Noah and Wade work through last-minute jitters. Humor abounding, many of the deep questions about what marriage and commitment mean are filtered through scenes about stress related to coming-out and what promiscuity symbolizes to gay men. Appearances by two moms, Noah’s (Suanne Coy) and Wade’s (Tonya Pinkins), also make for some fun, and tense, situation comedy. Jumping the Broom has all the verve of the series, so if you are already a fan, this romantic tale will not disappoint. --Trinie Dalton
Three disc (two DVD + CD) set including a bonus CD that contains the soundtrack to I Can't Think Straight. DVD One, I Can't Think Straight, is a sexy, urban, multi-cultural romantic comedy film with a twist. DVD Two, The World Unseen, is a touching, muticultural, period romantic drama...also with a twist! Both of the films touch on universal themes of being true to oneself, standing up your beliefs and the pursuit of love against all odds. Both films star Lisa Ray (from Deepa Mehta's Oscar nominated Water) and Sheetal Sheth (Looking for Comedy in a Muslim World) and were directed by the best-selling author Shamim Sarif. The CD soundtrack includes tracks from Natacha Atlas, Leonie Casanova, Nadine Khouri and composer Raimond Mirza. I Can't Think Straight Tala, a London-based Palestinian, is preparing for her elaborate Middle Eastern wedding when she meets Leyla, a young British indian woman who is dating her best friend. Spirited Christian Tala and shy Muslim Leyla could not be more different from each other, but the attraction is immediate and goes deeper than friendship. As Tala's wedding day approaches, simmering tensions come to boiling point and the pressure mounts for Tala to be true to herself. Moving between the vast enclaves of Middle Eastern high society and the stunning backdrop of London's West End, I Can't Think Straight explores the clashes between East and West, love and marriage, conventions and individuality, creating a humorous and tender story of unexpected love and unusual freedoms. The World Unseen Free-spirited Amina has broken all the rules of her own conventional Indian community, and the new apartheid-led government, by running a cafe with Jacob her 'coloured' business partner. When she meets Miriam, a young traditional wife and mother, their unexpected attraction pushes Miriam to question the rules that bind her. When Amina helps Miriam's sister-in-law to hide from the police, a chain of events is set in motion that changes both women forever. In a system that divides white from blac...
Manufacturer: WOLFE VIDEO
Brand: WOLFE VIDEO
You re Only Young Forever Once. A week before the Junior Surf Pro final, Jesse (Lachlan Buchanan) is determined to snatch the title from his best mate, Andy (Kirk Jenkins). Victory would mean a one-way ticket out of Newcastle and a career beyond his predestined future working on the dry dock with his father Reggie (Shane Jacobson) and older half-brother, Victor (Reshad Strik), a surfing champion himself until hit with a serious injury and now the local bad boy. Jesse resolves to succeed where Victor failed to become a world-class champion surfer. Yet before Jesse gets his chance, he is disqualified for reckless surfing in the lead-up trial. As a diversion, Jesse s surfing mates Andy, Scotty (Israel Cannan) and Nathan (Ben Milliken) plan a momentous weekend of waves and hedonism with some local girls Debra (Debra Ades) and Leah (Rebecca Breeds). Much to Jesse s dismay, Fergus (Xavier Samuels), Jesse s geeky, fraternal twin brother who has never even set foot on a surfboard, gets to tag along. Upon reaching the sand dunes, the teenagers swim, surf, flirt and party long into the night. Fergus is entranced by Andy, who is not at all threatened and accepts Fergus for who he is.First light and the posse hit the waves. Andy introduces the painfully, uncoordinated Fergus to surfing. Fergus manages to catch a wave after many attempts and is elated but not for too long. When Victor and his gang arrive at the isolated beach and decide to claim the surf break, an unofficial contest ensues. The angry waves close out on the inexperienced Fergus. Victor, Andy and Jesse struggle under a rogue wave. Boards fly in the white water. Fergus desperately reaches the surface to discover a tragedy unfolding.Throughout it all, Jesse struggles to find his own identity and a reason to surf.
Manufacturer: WOLFE VIDEO
Brand: WOLFE VIDEO
PAGEANT takes you behind the scenes as 52 ordinary gentlemen go to extraordinary lengths to be crowned Miss Gay America®. PAGEANT follows five of the most talented and beautiful female impersonators as they prepare to dominate in this underground competition. The contest is about the art of illusion, so enhancements such as hormones are forbidden. Instead, the men work their magic using makeup, costumes, and movement. Interviews with the competitors, their families and support teams reveal the hopes and dreams that motivate these men, while stunning musical numbers show off their amazing talents.
Two best friends unwittingly participate in a bizarre 1962 experiment which brings them twenty-nine years into the future. Shocked to find themselves in the loud, rude and expensive new world of 1991, the pair return to their hometown and attempt to re-enter the lives of loved ones left behind so long ago.When sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.
Coming out of the closet can be challenging and for Ky Dickens, her experience coming out to friends at Vanderbilt University led to the making of FISH OUT OF WATER, a spirited documentary that explores the seven Bible passages notoriously used to condemn homosexuality and justify marriage discrimination. This genre-bending, intellectually condensed, power-packed analysis of the homophobic religious arguments is a mixture of animation, LGBTQ community interviews and expert analysis from theologians across the country. With the help of a cartoon narrator, animated recollections of Bible passages and witty illustrations, FISH OUT OF WATER makes this polarizing subject accessible and non-threatening. Golden-Globe nominated composer Kaki King (Into the Wild) delivers an original score that flows effortlessly through the film's diverse elements. Covering over twenty states and capturing the gay community's devastation immediately after the 2008 vote on Proposition 8, FISH OUT OF WATER presents the hyper-relevance of this old issue with concern and creativity.